Microsystems, the leading provider of document authoring, editing, formatting, proofreading, and metadata scrubbing software serving the legal and life sciences industries, today announced that their CEO, Stacey Kacek, was named to the Tech 50 2015 list by Crain’s Business Chicago. This list includes Chicago’s top technology talent as selected by the editors.
According to Crain’s, “It’s not often that techies get the corner office. But Kacek made the leap from CTO to CEO in less than two years at Microsystems, a company that makes software for writers in specialized fields, such as the legal profession. Before Microsystems, she was a vice president at SmartSignal, an Argonne National Laboratory spinout. She got her start as a software developer at Motorola.”
The Crain’s Business Chicago Tech 50 list compiles the 50 people you should know if you care about Chicago tech. The list is known for highlighting those people to call if you're trying to launch an idea, and to watch if you want to know where the next big thing is coming from.
“It is an honor to be recognized among such an impressive group of tech executives and entrepreneurs impacting the Chicago business landscape. I am pleased to see that I am among twelve other women receiving this distinction from Crain’s Business,” said Kacek.
“I am very proud of the positive impact Microsystems has had on our clients. Like all entrepreneurs building great businesses, I owe our success to the hard work of our team, which has allowed us to respond to market demand and deliver constantly improving software technology solutions to the industries we serve,” she added.
Microsystems is the leading provider of cutting-edge software and innovative document technology solutions worldwide. Microsystems five core products optimize all stages of the document production lifecycle, improving content quality and formatting, identifying errors and inconsistencies, mitigating risk, and enhancing document production efficiency for the legal, professional services and life sciences industries. Today, Microsystems supports more than 650 document-intensive organizations across the globe, helping them satisfy the complex demands of clients and regulators. For more information, please visit http://www.microsystems.com/.